A great night for the Year 6 students!. Stepping up to a new stage in their live and celebrating it all together. A great ceremony with words from their parents and their teachers to inspire them into this new adventure!
Event Management, Design, Legal Practice, Pharmacies, Fashion, Managament Consultancy, Video Games, Real Estate, Laboratory… you name it!
Today PreU1 students explained to Year10 their experiences at St Peter’s School Placement Programme. In its 3rd year, gives our students the opportunity to complement their school studies with a week’s practical work experience in a field of interest to them. By doing so, they get the chance to try out potential career paths and also gain experience of the day to day expectations of the workplace.
We are extremely lucky to have such amazing individuals and companies who have volunteered their time and energy to help our students develop the vocational skills which will put them one step further towards their professional goals!
After a wonderful ceremony PreU-2 students made the final toast at St Peter´s School.
Now they are ready for new challenges and to follow their dreams and goals.
Today the Y5 young reporters released the 3rd edition of the St Peter´s newspaper. This is the last edition of the school year but don´t worry, next year the future Y6 reporters will keep you all updated and entertained with the school activities.
We did a photo shoot to celebrate the achievement and off course the little ones from foundation stage wanted to join the party!.
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Full 3rd edition of the newspaper
Environmental issues are something that we all should be aware of. This time as a part of “Curious Kids”, Foundation Stage pupils did lots of activities related to the preservation of the environment.
Recycling is our way to help controlling the immense amount of garbage that we create every day. Foundation pupils managed to identify the materials and put them in the correct recycling bin. Between yellow (plastic and metal) , Blue (paper) , Green (glass) , and Orange (organic) they had to choose the correct one.
The kids also learned a lot about water, the importance of using only what we need and keeping it clean. Dirty and contaminated water not only affects us but also affects the habitat of lots of animals.
They also designed a solar oven and made some nachos!!!. What a great way to learn that we can find environmental friendly alternatives to our daily needs.